When equipment and machinery values are higher than the cash flow value of your business, what’s the real value? Three things to look at when assets and cash flow collide. Secure link to video here or YouTube below.
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2 thoughts on “When Assets and Cash Flow Collide, What’s Your Business Value?”
Great explanation, Josh, of a common issue for asset rich businesses.
Thanks Sheila! Josh
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